After the first Ensemble album, Noriyuki Iwadare continues his collaborations with the violonist Reiko Tsuchiya.
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Composer : Noriyuki Iwadare （岩垂則行)
|Iwadare was born in Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. He began to compose video game music after years of being involved with university bands. The first award he won the Best Game Music award, the Mega Drive/Genesis category for Lunar: The Silver Star in 1991. He also won the Best Game Music award in the Sega Saturn Music category for Grandia in 1997 and in the Dreamcast category for Grandia 2 in 2000. Iwadare first composed music for Tokyo Disney Resort, in addition to Japanese dance programs, television programs, and radio programs. He dreams to have orchestral arrangements of his musical works, while he himself has done several times, as with the Gyakuten Meets Orchestra arrangements (orchestral arrangements of the Ace Attorney series music).|
After the first solo album together, Ensemble, Noriyuki Iwadare (Grandia, Lunar, Phoenix Wright) and the violonist Reiko Tsuchiya are back with Ensemble II, a short album but with warm colors with unforgettable melodies.
01 Meikyû no Tobira
02 Holiday Nap
04 The Cullinan
05 Yûkyû no Genkyô
|Composer(s)||Noriyuki Iwadare & Reiko Tsuchiya|
|Arranger(s)||Noriyuki Iwadare & Reiko Tsuchiya|
|Performer(s)||Noriyuki Iwadare & Reiko Tsuchiya|
|Poids||Solo work / Instrumental|
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